Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 213, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 6, 1913 Page: 5 of 8
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Men's Fancy Suits lhat
ci J for $15.00 now
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Men's Fancy Suks that
sold for $22.50 now
Men's Fancy T ." j t"
sold for $1S.CI row
Mr. and Mm. Itarrv C Withers rv- 'i
hlM'.nl vo-jlonHv t tlml bnuin In ! I
las after a iiovoral day' wirU
4 A nrtfCfC flirt Avmnl lAnol - iyw
prices you can't resist. DON'T MISS THIS SALE. LOOK AT THE PRICES.
Straw Hats off. Big Reduction on Boys' School Suits. Mens
uj.ccmi icuuuwns un men 8 ana
Men's Fancy Suits that
sold for $25.00 now
the Royal Hotel
A Clean Home-like Place
Where good clean home-like cooking is sery-
ed in a palitable form. Clean beds.
MRS. J. E. McINTOSH Manager.
t iiifiiVUiitfim ji i mii iijwiiiini
Just received a few
Sides of Home
1 and a small amount of
Home Rendered Lard
Bow's Year Roof?
If it should rain tonight
would your roof nhed it?
If not you should see ua at
once. We repair or put on
any kind of roofing.
1" ' i
125 North Third
For that Wed-
You'll be looking for a
You don't want to pay
such an awful lot for it-
still you would like it to te
dainty and to help it to do
honor to the occasion.
Now there is nothing like
getting among a nicely sel-
ected jewelry stock for this
Such a stork for ir stance
as thi3 Btoro haa to show
We've a splendid array
of auitables for prcsents-
not only fur a eddings but
any other occasion.
Look in on us some time
Bring lomi creau wnit rif to tht
Kxrctt ofHct tt one.
I AT ' ill A !7 1
IT'S THE HUB'S GRAND FINAL CLEAR-
ANCE SALE. It won't last many more
days. We are issuing; this advance notice
i L w Loam 0
because we don't
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noyi axioms tvery cay means less
Men's Fancy Suits that
sold for $20.00 now
lfl.ntl far JtlrWmiM1l IjTb IMil
for the school boy or girl
is very essential.
Make it a
and it will last for years
House of Quality.
W. R. Pa ram ore
Painting and Decorating
For Trmle or "Rent-"l I room board-
ing hnaie clone to thopi; and two other
tnmll hnutet. PUOSP. 755.
j The Kind that Burns.
Davidson-Case lumber Co
ttOVKttNMKNT KAi.t: OF TIMBKR LANDS- I
'I hwfi will- fi?frwi nt jiMt'lif sf)iion at th1 J
S jiiiur n4 tn.ie herein namwl at not leas than
iHrtaii.iuiiMniinir imi .her.n. whk-h
inchi'irMJttxHit l.d-i.i.VS. ;mlpft of ninp.as stirrmt-
prl in hMl aTiHnnprn-umntrly 141'.' m fvtof haid
W"Ol. l(K !ti ill 111? CliiH'IaW Nlil irll. ftJiith "Ht
ern Oklahnfra tHales will be fUl m IdalM'll lon-
UlS'V I';i(jrt.faniHiry Sfht T'olwiH Ift?n-rV
Wilhu' tort Jnni)a y '.''h and Mt'AU'Sifr Ian?y
17th. I'M I Hid may be Milmv.tted either i?i ptr-
sm or b nrnt with nowir "f a((ortn I 4nd
nn um ipp win w Pom iciireuipr. iJina cmssfU i
ajrvinnturi iftud will u tiimHi in tracts not i
rxc(tin(c iMt tvs o'lir tant'rt m tTHdsnct et-
t'yi.iinjr t;tt ncr-os. ami not rnotp titan V'm acrrw of
fttrrit'ithnral Ituxi t "r mor than nnt 1ifth of the
tuhtl d nun at; t iruUnra! lands wbl Ik' so l iu any
one I'l'M.n- Terms prrnl. rah.hatartro in thre
annual inMtailmfnts nf 2 er cent each wii h in
tprBst but iHyine!its may l)complptftl any time.
Im tfbli-t- '(inisiufi given afler Hjiprnval i
aiie iitnlont r rn bind not rnu ivd Itcmo ;l
of (inrtumN of timber prnii'tcii an paid for. The
imprifomfMUn mi land const?iir' of a iVw prut
trcd ho Hfs will he hfii-hm rd and rn'd with land
and t)i ownern tlnreof reio'btivpd whrt h'v
arp not uec4sfui bidders 'J l.o i imIiI to ftnivp
telitdrai defect - in idvet'iiei'(iehU mid bi'.l ami
to reject any und a'l hifia is ros crvtcl Oeiiuhd
information inrltniintr dr-frintivo pts. f htm'inu
nimntity and appraipment of timber ard Innd in
pach tract wi'l 1 furnished without cost after
Ootnfcer 1 If 1H: map;! ahuvinjr IiM'atP-n and ar
eBiIuitty to rail road a td aelt tract will he fur
nihi ata c9t f fit'tr cent a eah. Application
for ljth iescri attve li.ts and maps etmnid lw.
fnado to tb t'oninr isioner to the Fi CivihVnd
Trihew Mnfkow Oklahom:. CAT') 81'Lty
tH'MMlSSlONKIi OF INDIAN' AI FAIRS.
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want anv of our natrons 1
.i-i AwMu-Tn J. 4. H
and Boys Odd Trousers V off.
10 cnoose irom. uetyours today
Men's Fancy Suits that
sold for $27.50 now
We are tho people who sell the fa-
mous WesiinKhouse Mazda lamps im-
proved type. No other brand of Mazda
l.impa will Bland the hard service as
the WestinghouHe. There's a reason.
Try one next time. The Electrle Sup-
ply Co. 119 Soui Third. Phone 899.
J. H. Riddle Manager. 9-4-3t
BEST SHOW COMING
The ever popular Spooner Co. U
booked to upie;ir m Chickasha at ttw
Airdome. There are a host of popular
priced companies on the road today
bUt tllOHA that Hlr ntai tha tnn rtf tUn
list in excellence and dramatic worth
are unfortunately ft w and far lie-1
twoen Mr L' v c .... i.. . i
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the original ;)io;ioers whose thirty-five
ears' exper.enoo in catering to the !
public's amuPTLent has convinced him !
that the only successful policy to be
pursued is that which gives the public
I their full money's worth and sends
jeach patron away a walking ndver-j
"viunii aiiu a rioosior l ne bpoouer !
Dramatic Co. has appeared in nearly !
all the large southern cities and has !
spent the entire summer in Oklahoma j
Nine weeks in Muskogee ten weeks I
in narHefvilK six welts in Tulsa J
etc. Concerning the play for Monday j
ii!ht ai. the Airdcuie the New Orieans j
Picayune has this to say "The Spoon-j
f. Trs!3t!c Co. has scored anoth. r j
hn-o h;t loit a'sht. "Wait ins for the
Verdict" was r-rcrented to an cnthusi- j
:'s'i- anrf.Vneo and a very larso house.
Attesting in every possible manner
the warm welcom.' place they have!
won in the hearts of the New Orleans j
e'iitner patrons. .Miss Marjorie Shews-1
bury is clever if not clever than '
ever. Mr. Ocrrard commands himself:
ind his art in all the leading roles.
And Mr. Spooner and his son Mike are j
'wo comedians who constitute an in-
imitable laugh compelling duo. The
play and its production were excel-
lentof course we could find a few
faults here and there but what is the
J use? The Spooners are not. perfec-
jtion but they are far above the aver-
i age and we recommend them henrtlv
There will be a change of program
every night. Prices 10c 20 30c
Sale of Hcusehold Goods!
tons hUnK ot complete furnished
room house nia carpets sideboard
hiill-trte bt'da and bedding chair
book chsp roll top tiwM and rhalr
cook raitKe Kas rangn two larg boat-
in i? ftovos in fart everything; in
nousphola and kltrhon furnitun. Don't
miss th;a aU He sure and
Tuesday Kt'itenibor & 101.3
o'clock p. m.. at U'OS South
stive!. Mrs. Clay Donovan.
P. S.Also 0110 pood family horo
surry and barns. n-K-'Jt
llorliine is the medicine that cures
biliousness malaria and coiistipntjon
Tho first dose makes you fool better
a few additional io.-es cures com-
pletely. Price 500. Sold by Owl Drug
Store and Public Drug- Store.--Adv.
The Young Ladies of the Christian
church will moot Monday at 3 p. m. in
the church parlor.
See that show at Kozy tonight. It's I
groat. 1 1 !
Mrs. I). E. Emerson and little son
Drownwood leave tonight for Sher-
man Texas whore she was called by
the illness of her mother who has
been an invalid for several years.
Xew meal new meal. Call for Grand-
pa's New Meal at. all grocers. Hern-
don & Co. It
Get roar ttnes ma hrn rtj!r
let of Wi-Uworth k WilU. tf
Aubrey Mosoley who hus for the
past year been located in Eleetra
Texas ua operator for the Magnolia
Oil Co. is expected home Thursday
for a brief viipt. VUft home folks. .
John Bunny ai. Kozy Sunday. Some
show at. that Kozy. it
Miss Hotli Johnston of Waurika in
the guest of Mint Edith Moseley for
a few days. Mi Johnston hai spent
the last three monthg with friends in
WinfMd Kan Ciuthri and Wichita.
If it leaks we'll Us it. Ror Engllah
Plumbing. Phot s 841.
Come eftrly if you want the best
Beats. A big audience is assured the
Spooners on their opening night et the
Airdome theater. 10c 20o 30c Sun-
day September 7. It
W. E. Hart yf Kingman Kan. came
in yesterday to visit his sister Mrs. i
Jonas Cook. Mr Hart is county clerk
of Kinsman county.
Comins Montlajv "The Tiger Lily"
a Vitaraph to rvozy. it
C. H. Caneman will go to El Reno
tomorrow to attend a meeting of the
beard of governors of the State Elks'
association of .whjchbs U president.
Kozy spells real fen -
W'e show thi;m.
Iring yoU1' iron troullpS to thp r:U"c-
tric 8ui'py Co.. 1 19 South Third. Phone
a. Agent tor aot t'oint. irons and
i Westinghouso lamps.
Mrs. S. T. Reast was called to
Gainesville Texas last' night by the
serious i!lneri of her sister Mrs. Sell-
ers. A typographical error made Mrs
Kradfield's ad read: "The latest fall
creat'onn of 1913." It should have
read: "The latest fall creations of'
1913." The only kind of millinery she j
carries. - 1 . i
"5 feet e;uit front. "i-room modern
house for sale at a bargain if ttiken
at once. Mrs. M. B. Emerson agent.
Well we hi' vp moV-ii. (Hobo.
. . . " - i - m lift )
The sooner you learn to come to our drug store
for everything you need in the drug line the sooner
you will come to the store that carries none but
the purest freshest drags and choicest drug store
articles. We want your drug business only because
we give you reliable medicines and merchandise
for your money.
Complete line of school books and school sup-
plies for all grades at right prices.
Ccrne to OUR Drug Store.
"Tiger Lily" lit Koy Monday. We
don't call every two rod picture a
feature. Thoro in a difference. It
the city tomorrow.
is expected ia
W. W. RoRsliigtoii moved yesterday
Into the Owsley home on South Sixth
Mrs. B. Ray who was with Mrs.
Baldwin last season has returned
from Dallaa and alter spendirifi a few
days here will go to Pauls Valley to
take charge of the Hutching Millin-
Harnett Douglas and wife will spend
Saturduy niht and Sunday in the j
country visiting Mr Douglas's parents.
Don't fail to ivee tile Spooner Dra-
matic Co. in their initial performance
of "Waiting tor the Verdict" at the
Airdome tVater Sunday September
7. Popular prices 10c 20c and :10c. It
Mr. aud Mrs. 0. W. Eostrr were very
aRreeably mirprised at tbeir home on
Eighteenth and Idaho at 4 o'clock this
m rning when Mr. Foster's brother
and his wife Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Pos-
ter of Port Worth Texas made an un-
expected call at the Foster home. The
visitors will return to Fort Worth the
first of the wtsek. . ..
Oood business for sale situated on
Chickasha avwnue. M. B. Kmerson
Remember the opening date tor the
popular Spooner Dramatic Co. com-
mencing Sunday September 7 at the
Airdome. Popular prices 10c 20c
and 30c. It
We rent kodaks ana ieil films ano
upplies Owl drug gtore
P.ig load cobs Jl.r-O. Jlatthews-I-in-ton
Grain company. Phone 2!.
I buy and sell new and second-hand
furniture. Corner Fifth and Chicka-
sha avenue. T. C. Cheney. 9-4-Gt
rirst class dressmaking; large wo-
1 m?n's dresses a specialty. Satil'ac-
The Spooner Dramatic Co. playing
the Airdonio all next week is one of
the strongest shows playing the south
west this season at popular prices.
10c 20c and 30c. it
Miss Lula Foster of Okarche OUla.
was in the city yesterday enroute for
Altus where she teaches in the city
schools. Miss Foster is a niece of Dr.
S. Fost.ei of Chickasha.
Your lamp troubles will vanish when
you acquire the Westinghousc habit
the Improved Westiaijhonse Mazdl
only takes one-third the current as the
old style carbon tmd also lasts longer.
Find them at the Electric Supply Co.
119 South Third street. Phone 999.
J. E. Riddle manager. . 9-i-3t
Or. and Mrs. L. '0. Emanual.
Four room house. Sparks'' addition
one block car line $10 down $10 per
mouth. M. B. Emerson agont
Mi and Mrs. J. A. flrodie returned
yesterday from Fayetieville Ark ;
where they moved after disposing of ;
their stud;o in this city several months i
ago. They will again make Chickasha j
their home !
W. J. Long a cattleman of Rush
Springs is a Chickasha business vis-
Henry Baldwin of the Cash Shoe
store is reported unable to be at. his
oi k on account of illness.
Miss Look is sufficiently recovered
from her attack of appendicitis to re
turn to her home in Sulphur Springs.
Mrs. Walter Halsey leaves today for
a short visit with her sister Mrs. T.
B. Cochran in Oklahoma City.
Clyde L. Wesley of Gainesville
Texaa is the guest of Chickasha
Miss Belli Johnson of Waurika is I
in the city the guest of Mrs. Cunning- j
A L Durand of Frederick ia attend-
ing to business interests iu CUicka-
Mr. and Mrs. C. Edgar Honnold of
Oklahoma City are visiting Mr. snd
Mrs. V. L. Slusher in this city.
Willie Sullivan is reported ill at his
father's hom 50S Kansas of typhoid
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Burke returned
this morning from a visit with friendd
Ross Cox leaves tonight for a two
weeks' vacation in Fort Worth Dallas
and Galveston Texas.
Elder V. G. Wilkinson and wife of
Comanche spent last night at the
home of H. N. Mullican.
J. Lauranoe Lindsay treasurer of
the State University at Norman will
spend Sunday with Chickasha friends.
Miss Alice I.angham of Duncan is
in the city the guest Qf Miss Lola
After a short visit with Chickasha
friends Miss Ruth Robinson this
morning returned to her home in
There will be no night service at
the Presbyterian church tomorrow
night -but Rev. Teis will preach at
the Congregational church.
I Is-the key to better and cheaper living. Start
I this month by being a Keystone patron and you
I wilUfind that the cheek will go farther and the
s Tl t
I Hie tieysioiie grocery
I PHONE TWO-TWO
Barneli's Ice Cream i
For its made that way. As pure as the pur-
est ingredients can make it-made in the
cleanest way possible.
Tfa? Crfaa wit'a aa Aftsr Srsck tibi's Dclicicua
The More Royal
; You eat the more Royal Ice Cream you '
;1 want for it's made of the best and1
j u : ;
purest ingredients and has a' lingering :
i "! flavor that makes the af tersmack good..
: Royal Ice Creani
:. Phone 1S5.
w "Vf trTr .11
I l t ii Will $K
new location. V
will without doubt shol
you the newest the be
and the cheapest line
ever opened to the pub-
lic in this county. I
THE GLOBE STORf
will be the home (
Quality Low Prices an'
Good Service and we i:
vite you and your frienr
to call and take a ...lot
at our splendid stock. ;
Great big cool fans the
best food well cooked
Is a good place to eat.
3rd door west of P. O.
42.3 Kanr.ns Av
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 213, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 6, 1913, newspaper, September 6, 1913; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732091/m1/5/: accessed June 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.